Conservation Plans & Reports

Water 4 Semi-Annual Progress Report, January-June 2020

The IWJV reports on the successes and strategies of its Water 4 program. See the report here: Water 4 Semi-Annual
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IWJV Annual Operational Plan

Developed annually, this plan establishes the priorities and activities for the IWJV for the current federal fiscal year (Oct 1
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Partner Engagement Publication

Partner engagement is what drives the Intermountain West Joint Venture and makes collaborative conservation happen. New for 2018, the IWJV
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Oregon SONEC Working Wet Meadows Initiative, Business Plan

The wetlands of Southern Oregon-Northeastern California (SONEC) comprise some of the most important spring and fall staging habitat for waterfowl
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IWJV Strategic Communications Plan 2017-2020

This three-year Strategic Communications Plan is designed to promote, coordinate and deliver bird habitat conservation that is founded on Strategic
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IWJV 2013 Implementation Plan: Executive Summary

The Executive Summary describes how the Plan works to strengthen science and partnerships in the Intermountain West Joint Venture. It also
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IWJV 2013 Implementation Plan (Entire Plan)

The Implementation Plans of the 18 U.S. Habitat Joint Ventures are intended to provide Joint Venture (JV) partnerships with a
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Greater Sandhill Crane Habitat Initiative

This plan is a continuation of 2012 science planning, characterizing the scope and context of the Intermountain West Joint Venture’s
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Implementation Plan Chapter 9: Strategic Communications Plan (2013)

Measurable habitat delivery outcomes in the Intermountain West are dependent on the synergy and cooperation of a large number of
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Implementation Plan Chapter 8: Habitat Conservation Strategy (2013)

Chapter 8 defines the IWJV Habitat Conservation Strategy and current conservation priorities for wetland, sagebrush, and grassland habitats. Each habitat
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